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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIU. LETH2RIDGE. ALHERTA, FRIDAY, ADGDST 6, 1920 NUMBER i-Sp'me Reservists Getting Mes- sages Asking if They're Pre- pared to Serre Again Ecoaomic Weapon To Be Fully Used Against Ireland Bodies Repudiating Authority of Imperial Parliament Will Have-Taxes Withheld LONDON, Aufl. Irtah co- ercion bill was paued on Its third reading by the .house of this afternoon by a vote of 206 to AIR OFFICERS TO BE NEEDED TOUONTO. Aug. part j in Europe's war with the red army Is I yet to be played, It a statement H13150 I by a local military "man'today indlcat- J ed general movement. The array of- liicer: stated'that Iia had received I message aaklng if ho was prepared to 1 serve again. His explanation ot the message .was that conditions in Host- cm Europe'were agitating the In London and he ex- pected'ilinllar massages would-be re- ceivea by other mambore of tho Im- perial forces-ln Canada who have noi yet been discharged fnmTlhe service j _'rlf tho call comes-only to those mem bera gf. tha imperial forces who have (riot yet received their full discharge ma.ny of the rtoyal Air Force veter I ans would be among their number, A 1 good many bf these have not yet been i discharged, tho data upon which they recerfe their final release from the i-army coming, in many De I comber 1; Imperial veterans, is .most cases, [are'Stlll on tho reserve list with the f exception of time-expired -men. Cana- I dian officers are not Immediately af- fected. While Ihey are on the militia reserve.they.coiildjnot be called upon to serve out of'the country without the sanction; from Ihe Dominion par- liament' BELFAST, Aug. U to continuation the policy of .using ,to the tallest.extont ts financial'weapon on Irish public todies declaring for republicanism. A letter has been sent from the chief secretary's office to Irish county, Borough arjd, urban .district councils saying that In view of resolutions passed bodies in Ireland repudiating authority of. the Im perial Is necessary tor the withhold further payments from'the local taxation, lu Ireland account to any local author- ity. 'This, the letter adds, .will con- tinue until definite .assurance Is re- ceived from tUe xounty and lurban district councils sharing in auch pay- ments that distribute the monies to the services to which they are assigned by statute'and will sub- mit' accounts to the government board for audit fisi heretofore "and will con- form to the board's rules and or- ders. Definite Line of Negotiation OiiLethbridge Northern Aid Reached By Governments Illinois Mining Town !s of Attacks Made on Foreigners THREE BELIEVED DEAD TROOPS ON THE WAY Norman Campbell, Drowned at the Cameron Ranch, Native of Inverhnron, Ont. ior Vote In October i Postponement Til! Next April .As Announced Not Pleasing ee Meighen WEST FRANKFORT, 111., Aug. a night of rioting in which five persons are believed to have been killed and scores Injured, comparative, quiet was restored. Approximately 6000 for- eigners, against whom the riot-- ers directed th'elr attack, had left town, and this, coupled with the arrival of militiamen of the Ninth Illinois infantry, tended to bring about .ST. LOUIS. Atig. compan- ies of Illinois sfate troops .were OB their way early today to >Vest Frank fort, Illinois, a mining town 140 miles south ot St. Louis, whero three men are believed to have been.killed apd many'injured by a. mob which at mid night last night setting fire tc Hie-houses of foreigners, according to reports from nearby towns. Finding o! the Amiel Call caterra, 19, and Toney Hompel. 1C burled in shallow graves yesterday lei to the arrest ot Settino Do Sesnis, whi was spirited away from tho jail B Mnrion, near West Frankfort, whe: countv officials learned ot Ibe a proacli of a mob. Two other siispecL I arrested at West Frankfort -were' als I removed while the mob was demaud- 'A The Heraldi'pi FrWar received carefully prepared official from Hon C R tyitthell, provincial to conference" at "Lengthy, conference between minister of tha Interior and Pre- mier Stewart al which were pres- ent Messrs. McLean and Mitchell. At! of irrigation discussed fljhlster of Interior was sympathetic to view that Do- minion shouliiSesurne responsibil- ity additional, to preliminary sur- work, and nm to M advltv govem- Premier Indicated that Dominion government to grant greater of assistance to Hndartaklng tban'or- iginally Intended he would recom- mend further cooperation en part of province. Premier definite In tha stand that In any financial arrangements would not per- mit provincial to given federal government to cure advances by way of financial aulitance. Premier stated .that effort: rr.'jat be made to dispose of present proposed of the dls-. trkfs bonds. Mlnliter of the Irv terlor promiced review whole wlth'gc-VBmment on his return ta pttawa recommending In conversation with the Herald Hon. Mr. Mitchell itated that the utmost sympathy towards financial aid for the Lethbrldga Northern was shown on both patience vnz sriown .by. the peo- ple of Southern Alberta he did not think was a.ny doubt that everything would- work out all right SOVIET RED ARMY POLISH LINES; WARSAW'S FATE HANGS IN BALANCE Hare FaiW Far Take Them Into% Their Net to ONTARIO STUDIES N. Y. CRIME ADMINISTRATION (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, body ot Nor- man Campbell, ttTe man drowned at the: Cameron, was shipped thia after- noon to .Invcrhuron, OnL, for.lnter- TJient. At; the 'station were a party from L the Noble ranch, including two broth- ers of deceased, one from Cabrl, Sask.', and another' from; C. Replies were received two days ago Irom the postmaster'at Kincardine, jOnl., tbo name of a girl friend of (be I deceased given, which was- found I among; the effects. Tho Ontario rela- tives reside between Kincardine and Tlverton, and' the postmaster recog- Bizea the given'name. i The deceased was a young man of 27 years, flingle, and a fanner near Tiverton, Ont. He leaves a father and I mother, and eight brothers and one (-slater. The body will bo Interred at {Inverhuron, where the grandfather of the deceased mnu now lies. wait- ing for to his telegram to Premier Meighehv requesting the premier which he wifr receive'a deputation of tem- perance .workers to-urge-that tho- on Oc- tober 25 instead ' Dr. .Grant, president On- tario: referendum committee, is recruiting'.' the deputation- from among citizens' of. Ottawa, Ham- ilton, Kingston and 'Toronto.- It Is expected that'the deputation. "will be large and Influential and be. ready to go to Ottawa on short notice." Ing their delivery and attacks on.for- eigners and Iheir homes quickly fol- lowed, accordins'to reports. J City officials who had wired Gover- nor Lowden to send troops were warn- ed. by leaders of-the mob to, leave town, and the disorders continued un- checked. According to several reports Hem- pel ami. Calicaterra vrere slain because' they were believed to have- gained'in- formatipn concerning the operations of a band.whicu had committed-sev- eral bauk and post office robberies in Southern rllllnoU cities recently. NEW YORK, Aug. Canadian Judge Emerson Coatswqrth, of- Toronto, was a visitor night c'ourt last night and sat on the bench-Vlth Magistrate Ber- nard J. Douras; for more tbau an hour. "The judge has been 7 the. Ontario govern- ment to probationary sys- tem, in .use In Chicago. He will make ao study j6f criminal admin- stration and'tojeatment of. pnsoriersr Jt intention ot tho province of Ontario to establish a centralized pro- jatioiary' headquarters for offend- ers, he said, SCHOOL TEACHERS ARE SCARCE'IN STATES Boisheviki Show No Signs of Let-op b Drive on Polish Capi- Intentions of Outflanking Warsaw and Taking it by Surrounding Fall Within Ten Days if Red Tide Is Not Turned Raymond Fair T Opens Crowds Expected I Have Everything in ReadinessTrStampede- Ready 'er-Buck COBOUHO, Aug. Yates, former governor of Illinois anil Stales congressman, in an ad- dress 'at tho Cobourg community today, said there wire vacant "school rooms in the United States because the teachers had not been paid enough. Kx-Governor, Yates said that of len million boys mobilized inlo the link- ed States araiy in 1317, statistics showed that 219-10 per cent, of them not read sufficiently well to'react a newspaper or write a letter homo .to mother.' Man Who Held Loughlm Child for Ransom is now in 'Police Toils s QUEBEC PLANS POST-GRAD. COUflSES IN FRANCE MONTREAL, Ang. Qnebeo provincial government 'will give i opportunity for 'post-graduate study 1 in Franco to'Dve- inon who have taken a degrpo In ono of the universities of this province. BAR SILVER NEW .YORK, Aug. silver, domestic 95 )-2; foreign 95 1-3.' NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK, Aug. P. n., 113 S-4; U. 8. Steel, 88 1-i; U. S. Steel preferred 106. Alberta Wheat Yield Will Average About 22 or 23 Bushels Acr vessel, Iho Mautle, for Wrnngel Island, off northern coast of and from that point to drill wilh the Arc- tic ico pack. Cnpt. Amunrlgen rlef-larod bo was certain of success in his venture. He expects 'the voyage will require fire years for completion. Sccrelary Kii.iball And his staff have buen busy the lail throo layn (aking eutrlca. Today tboy arc licr.ioKbd with intending exhiblldrs. All entries close at noon. Tlui government judges ivlil nrrlve linii.iht, while t'ue judges that remain lo bo appointed will ho named tO'I'iy by the fair association. Special A.P.P. cnr.slabics am! Iho town police will G. T, P. CROPS BETTER REOINA, Aug. reports gath- ered by the Grand Trunk Pacific (rom points along lines in Southern Saskat- chewan and iafiued today indicated n market] improvement In the cropa along tho Qn'Anpelle valley as the result nf recent ralnu. Previous re. ports were pessimistic, Cutting will start about. August 10 In inuny areas, according te report. inlcrtpeiscd through tho advertised order on the grounds. To- rcfreshr.irnt booths', and oth'Ji- concessions ,-m going up on the grounds by monilng will cont a gala. day appearance, TABEK FARMER'S HOUSE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Aug. J. D. Reid, minister of railways and canals, who has returned from a trip over the Canadian Nations! railway In Western Can- ada, states that the Grand Trunk Paclfio will require considerable expenditure to bring its roadbed up to the standard, Including thfl re-building ant! filling In of number of wooden bridges. The Canadian Northern, t: b: :r. condition. Tho work of co-ordinating the two rjovernmeni lines Is in progress and within a very, short time the two systems will be operated un- der one management. The minister believes that it 's In the interest of Ontario anil Quebec that some notion should be taken to supply provln- (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Aug. the recent electrical storm, a few days ago, the house-.of Burt Holman, a couple of mlies-southeast of struck by lightning, the bolt striking tho chimney, and going clear through to the bacemenl, escaping through the wall. About damage wtf done, and the-house shattered.' Tbe Wanoy Miifial hM an 'adjuster on the grouii'J next morning, rtntl tho insur- ance iiromptly attended to, to Mr. llolmaiXa complete satisfaction. Italn- fall rod surcment of'last night was .03 of an inch Remains of Mrs. Moe Are Recovered From St. Mary's Near Cranbrook Word was received by Mrs. Wallwork this morning that the remains of her Mrs. Moe, who was drowned In' the triple drowning tragedy In St. Mary's takes, near Cranbrook, about it month ago, was recovered yester- day. The husband and Mr. Wall- work have been searching for the remains. All three bodies have row been recovered. Mrs. Wall- work states that burial Will be j-ethbrldge, Mrs. -Moe's former home, If arrangements can bf made. ces with coal from Western Can. ada, 33 well as from Nova Sw- for industrial purposes, In view of the possible shortaga of that commodity this coming win- ter. He is of the opinion that n Inrge number of coal cars and locomotives may have to be sup- plied by the government to tha Canadian National, and Canadian Pacific railways for this special purpose In order that commercial coal may be delivered In Ontario and Quebec at the lowest possible price. The long haul and ths cost ol equipment Is what adds to the cost and Or. Reid feels that every effort should be made to reduce this cost to.the mini- mum. STRIKE AT FERNIE; TWO p.B.U. MEN NOT GIVEN U.M.W. CARDS FBIIN1E, B.C., Aug. Creek miners are idle today. The men refused to go to work claiming that two of their late Ono Big Unton members havo been, discriminated against, by Iho refusal of the United Mine Workers ot America to .accept them as members. -Ml Coal- Creek minors bad sighed up. with the United Mine. Workarg .XT but these two. Advices from Michel. state that all miners there have rejoined the Unit- ed Mine Workers bf America and are working today. 4,